Biochemistry Student Research Symposia: Tuesday!

Come learn about Student research in the Biochemistry Program!

Tuesday 12/11 at 4 pm

in CNS 112

Refreshments will be served at 3:45 PM

Students completing their Biochemistry 390 research will present on Tuesday!

Biochemistry students have the ability to complete research in a wide range of topics across the fields of Chemistry and Biology. All are welcome to come learn about their progress!

Zachary Meunier (Ian Woods)
Are neuron-derived signals required for regeneration in the larval zebrafish fin fold?

Jason Webb (Te-Wen Lo)
Determining the Role of SEM-5 Binding Sites in EGL-15 Signaling

Noah Wetherald (Scott Ulrich)
Cloning, expression, and enzymatic activity of the quorum sensing enzyme RhlI

Andrew Skinner (Alexandre Pinto)
Influence of the zinc oxide shape on the photocatalytic removal of the yellow food dye tartrazine from simulated wastewater

Shelby Johnston (Jamie Ellis)
Illumniating Protein Interactions within a Represessive Auxin Response Factor

Claire Levitt (Ed Cluett)
Treatment of cells with the phospholipase A2 inhibitor ONO-RS-082 suggests a role of Cavin-1 in cholesterol homeostasis

Aaron Levin (Andy Smith)
Using Recombinant Proteins to Test Glue Protein Oligomerization

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Jamie Ellis at or (607) 274-7104. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

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